RAFAEL NADAL PROVES TOO STRONG FOR YOUNGSTER STEFANOS TSITSIPAS IN ROGERS CUP FINAL WIN

Rafael Nadal ended the fairytale run of Greek youngster Stefanos Tsitsipas to win his fourth Rogers Cup title. Tsitsipas has been the break-out star in Toronto this week but Nadal was too strong.

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